Cassette reissue of deleted Shandar LP
Total time: 37:33
MUSHROOM, WILL YOU MUSH MY ROOM? (16:34)
- Fille De L'Ombre
- Long Song For Zelda
1) Cielo Drive / 17 (20:59)
Credits on cassette:
A LONG DELEATED CLASSIC GONG ALBUM
Dedicated to you "anniway" al
selections were written and composed by Dashiell Hadayat, Autumn 69....
....and finally recorded at Strawberry Studio, May 1971
Gilles Salle engineer.
Daevid Allen (courtesy of Byg
records) lead guitar
William Burroughs: vocals on Long Song For Zelda
Dashiell Hedayat: solo guitar on track I and IV, all lead vocals, keyboards, cosmic-hedayat-rumble and cut ups
Didier Malherbe: bloomdido-saxo, flute and water music
Pip Pyle: drums, here there and everywhere (oh! also groovy guitar on track IV)
Gilli Smyth: wet pleasure shout and intergalactic-whisper
Christian Tritsch: bass and acoustic guitar
Sam Wyatt: baby song (he is five years old, you know?)
They all express their gratefulness to Chantal
Darcy and Bernard Lenoir for the freedom they had.
Credits: Francis Linon, the magick-echoer - Gong Management - Mary Beach of course - Don't forget thanks for the slight use of "Giulietta Degli Spiriti" soundtrack by Nino Rota, an old C.A.M. record - Wwwooowww girls were Gilli, Marlyse, Tasmine, Pamela abd Dunja - Tea and tenderness: Sidney "I did what I could" B
Cover:Benjamin Baltimore and Dashiell Hedayat
Warning: This recording must be played as loud as possible, must be heard as stoned a impossible and thank you everybody.
This cassette was issued to make available a long deleted album. This is a tape recording of Obsolete from vinyl, identical (also graphic wise) to original release. As this record has been released on CD, this cassette is issential only to completists.The cover has pink inlay card, black lettering and a b&w rectangle stuck on front with part of "Obsolete" artwork.
No release date appearing on
cover (most probably released in the early 90's).
There was a previous cassette reissue on Ottersongs with some bonus tracks (not related to these sessions).
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